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Updated Printable Money off Coupons & Policies Thread 4 (and chat)

edited 11 May 2009 at 10:10PM in Discount Codes 'n Vouchers
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  • jennyojennyo Forumite
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    Just like to say thanks to everyone for their knowledge and sharing it, I'm new to couponing, and not as brave as some of you, but hopefully it will come.
    Well I thought I was new to couponning, until I was removing some coupons from the back of the pik-a-pack boxes yesterday, and suddenly thought I've done this before. about 35 years ago when they first Asda opened in my city, my mum got word that they would take any coupons, whether you bought product or not, so as children we were always looking out for packets with coupons. Funny how things come around, any way off to work now, back at 2ish to see whats going on.
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  • sher60sher60 Forumite
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    Aunt Bessie's 30p Sausagemeat Stuffing Balls coupon has finished.:(
    Murphy knows me too well and sticks to me like glue!
  • edited 3 May 2009 at 10:59AM
    veggiecarveggiecar Forumite
    2.1K posts
    edited 3 May 2009 at 10:59AM
    Mel2500 wrote: »
    Gosh what a lot of lovely chat - it's taken me all morning to catch up. Sadly my computer died and we've had to install a new hard drive. Ha ha I thought - the good news is that I'll be able to print all the coupons again. Sadly not - it won't let me re-install Couponnet as it says 'operating system unsupported'. It's only Windows: does anyone have any clues? Much appreciated if so; have got to try & offset the cost of the new hard drive!! Ah well, back down the garden to my veggie patch - my other 'reduce grocery bills initiative'. Thanks to all for the coupons and the chat.
    some posts that might help
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=18021639&postcount=187

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=18112075&postcount=269


    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=18167033&postcount=311

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=18247071&postcount=352


    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com
    /showpost.html?p=18248479&postcount=353

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=18268433&postcount=363


    looking for more.....

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=18489635&postcount=483

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=18497141&postcount=489


    Best of luck:beer:
    It's nice to be nice .....:beer:
    You HAVE checked google before asking, haven't you?;)
    If you use the "search this thread" button at the top of the page, you may find it's been answered already!;)
  • veggiecarveggiecar Forumite
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    Whist looking for previous posts for the above post, I re-found this which could be of interest to a number of people at the moment....remember that it would probably help the case more if you could hand-on-heart say you were trying to purchase the product on the coupon at the time
    Thankyou to Dr who who for this:
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=18396799&postcount=411

    this was pm to me by somebody who cannot use their printable coupons:-

    Dear Customer,
    ]Re: Your recent experience redeeming an Internet-printable coupon(s).

    My name is xxx, Retailer Relationship Manager for Couponstar Ltd and CouponNET® the only printable-coupon distribution network in the UK.

    We’re very sorry to hear about your negative experience whilst attempting to redeem one of our clients Internet-printable coupons in Tesco. Let me reassure you, all major UK grocery chains accept our coupons, in fact, we’ve issued coupons on behalf of many of these very same retailers!All major UK grocery retailers have assured us that their corporate policy is to accept Internet-printable coupons and that they’ve actively communicated this down to store level. That said, Store Managers do still retain the ability to reject a coupon(s) at their discretion, this may be because they have adopted their own policy for a variety of other reasons (i.e. print quality and so on). Couponstar distributed coupons (being consumer-printed) are subjected to higher level of scrutiny and despite widespread acceptance, we do see some low level incidences of rejection (less than 1%).

    We take all reported incidents of rejection very seriously and have a procedure to help educate the stores in question and eradicate any rejections. With your permission, we would like to contact the Store Manager and/or Customer Service Manager in question and send them an education pack that will make them aware of your negative experience and clearly explain the reasons why they should have accepted your coupon(s). Please be assured we will not reveal your name or personal contact details to the retailer unless you explicitly instruct us to do so. If you haven’t already done so, could you please provide us with the full address of the store in question?

    Thank you in advance for your assistance, we do hope you will continue to use Couponstar and CouponNET® coupons that you may receive in the future.

    Yours Sincerely,
    Campaign Manager[/font]
    Couponstar Ltd (UK) | www.couponstar.com
    Switchboard: +44 (0) 208 996 4820; Fax: +44 (0) 208 090 3741[/font]


    So if more people complain to couponnet something could be done at your T branch.
    It's nice to be nice .....:beer:
    You HAVE checked google before asking, haven't you?;)
    If you use the "search this thread" button at the top of the page, you may find it's been answered already!;)
  • edited 3 May 2009 at 12:04PM
    sinwsinw Forumite
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    edited 3 May 2009 at 12:04PM
    Been Asda Today:

    Huggies Newborn Starter Kit down to £3 (had moc £2 off) exp date ones 03/2012 have £9.60p nss moc's various in them (this was posted on one the forums - cant remember which). If u not got the moc just buy one, go outside open it up n get the moc off the free sample nappy. The other date ones have various moc's in, but not as much, one only has a £2 one in.

    Finish Quantum are down to £2 for a small pack, i forgot my coupons, will be bak 4 sum them xx
    SIMPLES!
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  • YOOHOO I'M BACK!!! :j

    What's been going on? I haven't the time to read 16 days worth of posts can anyone give me a brief update?
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  • sinw wrote: »
    Been Asda Today:

    Huggies Baby Bundle down to £3 (had moc £2 off) exp date ones 03/2012


    Thanks for the info, can you give me a description of exactly what it is?
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  • gill377gill377 Forumite
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    sinw wrote: »
    Been Asda Today:

    Huggies Baby Bundle down to £3 (had moc £2 off) exp date ones 03/2012 have £9.60p nss moc's various in them (this was posted on one the forums - cant remember which). If u not got the moc just buy one, go outside open it up n get the moc off the free sample nappy. The other date ones have various moc's in, but not as much, one only has a £2 one in.

    Finish Quantum are down to £2 for a small pack, i forgot my coupons, will be bak 4 sum them xx

    thanks for that, the boxes we got were dated exp. 04/2010 and only had £2 off, will have a rummage thru next time I'm in asda,:T
    Live for today, for tomorrow is promised to no-one.

    never complain about growing old,far too many people have been denied that privilege.


  • gill377gill377 Forumite
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    gill377 wrote: »
    thanks for that, the boxes we got were dated exp. 04/2010 and only had £2 off, will have a rummage thru next time I'm in asda,:T

    sorry, 04/2012. :o
    Live for today, for tomorrow is promised to no-one.

    never complain about growing old,far too many people have been denied that privilege.


  • edited 3 May 2009 at 12:50PM
    sinwsinw Forumite
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    edited 3 May 2009 at 12:50PM
    Newborn Starter Kit

    http://www.shopwiki.co.uk/Huggies+Newborn+kit

    27 newborn nappies size 1
    16 huggies wipes

    3/2012 is best with >£9 coupons in
    2/2012 is second best
    4/2012 has only £2 coupon in
    SIMPLES!
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